The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on September 22, 1927 · Page 3
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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Thursday, September 22, 1927
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PAGE TBRE2 THE DEAD WOOD DAILY PIONEER - TIMES THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, lg27 LEAD NEWS (From The Call) be glad to show visitors through. The show rooms, In the building formerly occupied by the Buick Automotive company, have been renovated and are now announced as Don't sf cticfen election. Travis' baa held the position of industrial commissioner ever since the office was created, following the enactment of the state workmen's compensation law. Originally the position was under the commissioner of immigration, but with the enactment of the general reorganization law In 1925 the office of industrial commissioner was set aside as a separate office, and not Included with the Immigration commissioner in the general reorganization. Mr. Travis' present term expired July 1, and he has been holding over until the appointment of his successor. Mrs. Delia Spencer and son went to Rapid City Tuesday for a brie! visit btre with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green and daughter have returned Irom Omaha where they spent a vacation of ten days. Mrs. Margaret Kuhn.of Lead, an-l ' nounced yesterday morning that a l pair , of pillow cases which she had made and entered in the state fair at Huron have won second place in i the poen fancy work class. Work submitted by'Mrs.-Kuhn at the ' state fair last year was also awarded premiums. Her pillow cases which took second place in this year's state fair are decorated with a lace edge of crochet. Eward Leeman of Moskee, who has been receiving medical care at association here today. ' About $SO0 was taken from the First Stat bank of Alsen by robbers who broke open the door to the vault. No money was taken from the Citizens Stat bank of Wheelock on the third attempt on this institution within a year. UNIVERSITY WOMEN WIIXi tXNVENB ON SATURDAY DENVER, Sept. 21. (JP) Tha annual state convention of the American Association of University Women will be held here Saturday with Mrs. George D. Mastoa, of Pueblo, presiding. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE Franklin Hotel Company will receive bids at the office of the Secretary, A. A. Coburn for five hundred (5U0) tons more or leBS of two and one half (2V4) inch lignite screenings, f. o. b. bins, 'Franklin Hotel Building, Deadwood, South Dakota. All bids mast be filed not later than October 7th. A. A. COBURN, Sec'y. 9-22-3t (W. G. Rice, Attorney.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT WITHIN AND FOR LAWRENCE COUNTY, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA. In the Matter of the Estate of Sol Rosenthal, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given, by the undersigned B. K. Bettelheim, administrator with will annexed,' of the estate of Sol Rosenthal, deceased to the creditors of and all persons having claims against said estate, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers with in tour months after the first publication of this notice to the undersigned administrator with will annexed, at the office of his attorney, W. G. Rice In the First National Bank Building, in the City of Deadwood, Connty of Lawrence, State of South Dakota. Dated the 15 day of September, A. D., 1927. B. K. BETTELHEIM, Administrator with Will Annexed. ( 9-1 6-1 m) users, such as 61f, Austen Chamberlain, Britain's foreign minister, SIC Hilton Young, Miss Heather Thatcher, and a number of distinguished bar tenders are going to do about It. PROMINENT WORTHIXiTON WOMAN PASSES AWAY WORTHINGTON, Minn., Sept. 21.. Mts. F. J. Petty Brewster died in a hospital here at 9:40 this morning after receiving terrible Injuries in a Chevrolet when a Buick crashed into it on the Fuida road several-miles north, Sunday evening. Her, little daughter, Arlone, Is at another hospital, as well as the other occupants of the car, Francis McChesney, Mrs. McChesney and Arthur McChesney. ii Arthur McChesney is in a critical condition and is not yet out of coma. The Buick was driven by a party named M. L. Phelps, of Minneapolis. SON OF WEALTHY CROATIAN RETURNED BY BANDITS DETROIT, Sept. 21. (P) Little Frankie Jergovichc, 3 year old son of a wealthy local Croatian, was restored to his parents last night by kidnappers who spirited him away from his home Monday. The abductors, after demanding $25,000 for the child's return apparently became frightened by police activities and feared to go through with the scheme. WILL RESTRAIN CALLING SPECIAL ELECTION, REPORT YANKTON, Sept. 21. (JP) Proceedings were instituted in circuit court here late yesterday to restrain City Auditor J. W. Summers from calling a special election for the purpose of submitting to the voters a proposed ordinance granting to the Western States Public Utility company a 20-year franchise to operate Yankton. ANK ROBBERS STAGE RAIDS IN NORTH DAKOTA FARGO, N. 'D., Sept. 21. (IP) Two North Dakota -banks were entered Tuesday night according to information received by W. C. McFad-den, secretary of the State Bankers one of the most attractive automo-1 olio show places In the Hills. The rooms were opened for public inspection yesterday. TEN YEARS AGO September 22, 1917) The members of the Senior class of the high school chaperoned by Prof, and Mrs. P. L. Arnold and Miss Barr, left yesterday afternoon about 4:30 o'clock In the Moffitt, Wagner and Miller cars for the canyon for an outing. ' At a recent meeting the Seniors organized and elected their officers for the ensuing year as follows: Pres., Charles Hayes; Vice-Prf-s., William Richards; Secy-Trea., Mildred McGinley. Naja Temple will celebrate Its 25th anniversary today. The Freshman class of the high school has elected Its class officers" for the year. Pres., Thelma Waugh; 1 Vice-Pres., Lucy Simmons; Secy-Trras., Henrietta Clark. Mr. Thomas Cohen, of Whttewood and daughter, were in Deadwood a short while yesterday. The Sophomore class members staged a hay rack party Friday evening, spending several hours out in the delightful autumn air on the excellent Black Hills roads. Perry, of Huron, to Succeed S. A. Travis PIERRE, Sept. 21. (JP) The appointment of F. L. Perry, of Huron, to succeed S. A. Travis, of Pierre, as state industrial commissioner was announced yesterday by Governor W. J. Bulctw. The new commisioner for many years has been secretary of the South Dakota Federation of Labor, and has the endorsement of pratlcal-ly all of the labor organizations in the state, Governor Bulow declared in announcing the appointment. He was the democratic candidate for railroad commissioner at the recent j THE WHITE GROCERY 48 SHERMAN PHONE 299 P. H. SCHERER, Prop. the Homestake hospital for the lastlj month, has returned to his home. John Blodgett has returned from Goodland, Kansas, where be went to see his two daughters entered in school. Goodland is the home of Mr. Blodgett's sister and his daughters will make their home there with their aunt during the coming winter. Miss Anna K. Hansen, who has been visiting with friends In Lead, left Tuesday for the state Game Lodge where she will attend the state convention of county treasurers. She will return to Brookings at the conclusion of the session. S. A. Calhoun of Hot Springs, went through Deadwood Tuesday on his way home from Newell where he attended funeral services for his brother, the late H. O. Calhoun who died in Newell after a short Illness. Both men are well-known throughout the Black Hills. Fred J. Varie, manager of the Deadwood Motor company of Dead-wood, announces the opening of a new branch show room on North Mill street in Lead. Mr. Varie extends a cordial invitation to the public to visit the new show rooms where the late Chevrolet models will be on display. Joe Perley, W. L. Morris and J. J. Hamerill will be in charge at the new place and will SEPTEMBER 27 DESIGNATED AS AMERICAN LEGION DAY MITCHELL, Sept. 21. (jiP) Tuesday, September 27, has been designated as American Legion day of corn palace week, F. J. Herrlck, secretary of the chamber of commerce, announced today. An Invitation is being extended to state department officers to attend the corn palace celebration on this day. One of the special attractions of American Legion day will be the appearance of' the women's drum and. bugle corps from Mllbank, that won special honors at the state convention at Yankton last June. Coach post's drum and bugle corps is also expected to be on the strrets in their colorful uniforms on this day. TAX ON MONOCLES NOW (XNKRONT8 THE BRITONS LONDON, Sept. 21. (JP) Behind the monocles of London glisten drops of moisture. For the word has gone out from that most unsympathetic of all unsympathetic institutions, the taxing department of the government, that those innocent circles of glass and frame are going to be taxed. The board of trade has named a committee to decide exactly what is meant by an optical instrument. It must determine whether the lens is all that is to be classed as "optical," or whether the rims, mounts and fittings are to be regarded as subject to a 50 percent import duty. The ordinary wearer is waiting to see what the better known monocle M; I ! 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